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Entertainment & Lifestyle

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Youthful rapper Clarence Lisayi who is known by his moniker simply Lisayi has taken heed of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s call to uphold the right to an environment that is not harmful to tier health and well-being. Lisayi has released a...
Sungura music supremo Alick Macheso  encouraged parents to support the desires and ambitions of their children regardless of their own views. Macheso said this  on the sidelines of his show at Jongwe Corner in Harare on New Year’s day. Macheso reminisced...
Lagos - A private video showing celebrity clerics Uebert Angel and Pastor Chris has gone viral on social media. The video, thought to have been filmed in Nigeria, shows billionaire televangelist and businessman Chris Oyakhilome showing off some amazing dance moves, together with billionaire...
Award-winning gospel artiste Blessing Shumba has bemoaned the state of the local arts industry and said his 2019 resolution is to push government to intervene and improve the sector which is on ‘deathbed’. Shumba has joined the chorus of so many other artistes all...
Visiting award winning Jamaican reggae outfit Morgan Heritage appear to have  felt intimidated by Winky D and pulled a stunt that forced the local dancehall star to pull out of the show on Friday night. According to sources, the Heritage family asked the promoter...
Controversial musician  Soul Musaka popularly known as Soul Jah Love has been hauled before the court on allegations of contravening Section 83 of the Civil Aviation (Security) Regulations Act and he appeared before Harare magistrate Learnmore Mapiye. He is out...
The country’s first privately owned television channel Joy TV will be back on the small screen in the first quarter of the year, the Mail and Telegraph has learnt. This follows a partnership between national broadcaster Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) with Joy Media Incorporated (JMI). ZBC confirmed the development in...
 By Mbuso Ncube Harare- Newly-crowned Miss Tourism Zimbabwe, Tafadzwa Primrose Jaricha, has finally received her prize for coming tops at the pageant. The 23 year old, practicing lawyer with Mhungu and Associates Legal Practitioners, was in September crowned the winner of the showcase, beating a bevy of 20 finalists who qualified for...
Nigel Pfunde Chimurenga music icon Thomas Mapfumo popularly known as Mukanya is expected  in the country on Wednesday evening ahead of his Peace Tour which will see him embarking on a countrywide tour. The outspoken musician faces a Herculean task of surpassing the high bar he set for himself on his...
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